GOT7's Mark Tuan flaunts chiseled abs for cover shoot, magazine issue SOLD OUT in an hour

Mark Tuan discussed his journey in the K-pop industry in his interview with the fashion magazine that put him on the cover


                            GOT7's Mark Tuan flaunts chiseled abs for cover shoot, magazine issue SOLD OUT in an hour
Mark Tuan talks about his past sacrifices and struggles which has led to his present success in his interview with Flaunt Magazine (@marktuan/Instagram)
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GOT7 members were, are, and always will be relevant because they are that boy band. First, it was all the years of mistreatment when they were represented by JYP. Mark Tuan is particular got a raw deal with his limited solo projects. But it seems like their exit from the label was a boon for all the members but especially for Mark as he claims it opened the doors to creative freedom. As the members continue to tease a full-group comeback from time to time, Mark Tuan's new magazine cover as well as other solo projects from members have Ahgases on their toes.

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Ahgases really are being well-fed, content-wise, as members like Yugyeom, Mark, and Jackson have given fans new comeback songs. Plus, Jay B and Youngjae have kept up with their regular updates in the form of radio shows. Fans are also on the edge of their seats for Jinyoung’s new movie while Bambam made waves by becoming the first K-pop idol to perform for the NBA. In the latest cover for Flaunt Magazine, Mark Tuan flaunts his chiseled torso, dressed by YSL's Anthony Vaccarello. Fans are asking for a restock as the issue sold out within an hour.

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GOT7’s Mark Tuan talks about 'personal goals'

The LA-born member of GOT7 recently shocked not only fans but his leader Jay B as he returned to South Korea. As soon as the rapper was back, he did not waste time, dropping two singles, namely, ‘Lonely’ and ‘Save Me’. Both were a hit with fans and non-fans alike. Now, in an interview with Flaunt Magazine, the rapper discussed his endless struggles to 'make it' in the K-pop industry as well as all the sacrifices he made in the past that led to his slow rise to the top. He spoke about landmark projects for him like Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings’ OST single ‘Never Gonna Come Down’.

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In the interview titled, 'Can You Hear Me Now?,' Mark recalled the iconic start to his solo journey when he started streaming his games on Twitch back in 2021. Mark talks about how his years in K-pop were very draining and how he felt like giving up on being an artist altogether but his solo career turned out to be a gamechanger for him. He said, “To be honest, I thought about just letting it go and giving up, but after moving back to the States and having my own creative freedom, I wanted to continue.”

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'It's already sold out?'

Ahgases, who have been with Mark throughout his K-pop journey and are still sticking by him for his solo endeavors, are emotional about this entire interview. The Mark Tuan cover issue of Flaunt Magazine sold out in an hour after its launch, which goes to show that many fans are proud and highly supportive of Mark’s decision to start his solo career.

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One fan said, “Mark Tuan, r u real sometimes i struggle to believe it you're just so insanely amazing." Another fan said, "Mark talked about touring twice on his Flaunt's Magazine Interview. All I want to know is where? And when?" A tweet stated, "It’s only been an hour since Mark’s cover of [email protected] was released and it’s already SOLD OUT! We hope you got your copies before it ran out." One fan who couldn't get his hands on a copy, asked, "Dear friends of @FlauntMagazine any chance you have extra copies? It’s already sold out." Another fan wrote, "I didn’t manage to. How many copies did they put in stock to have it sold out in less than an hour," to which another Mark Tuan enthusiast replied, saying, "I’m sorry but you gotta move fast! No time for hesitation." Another responded, "I didn’t even have time to hesitate, the moment I opened the website, it’s sold out."

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